Have you been feeling nostalgic for the simpler days? Us too. We’re all about those analog moments and this holiday season we’re building a gift list for the kids in our lives aged 5-10 that is full of good old fashioned fun. Crafting a gift list can be overwhelming so we’ve built a list based on Something They Want, Something They Need, Something to Wear and Something to Read.
To build your own list download our guide here.
Something They Want: Dollhouse
Dollhouses aren’t just for girls anymore. Finding a dollhouse that your child can play with is easy with Teamson family of brands. Olivia’s little World offers 4-in-1 convertible dollhouses for 18 inch dolls and Teamson Kids offers fun themed dollhouses like this Monster Mansion for 12 inch dolls.
Something They Need: New lunchbox
Lunch boxes might not seem like a good holiday gift, but they give you an opportunity to make your child smile every day at lunch. Find a lunchbox that fits their current interests. We love these adorable ones from Skiphop.
Something To Wear: Sleeping Bag
We had fun with this recommendation. Instead of getting them clothing to wear, get them a wearable sleeping bag! The cute character sleeping bags are perfect for winter sleepovers or movie nights.
Something To Read: The Little Boy or Girl Who Lost Their Name
Make your little ones feel extra special with a personalized book. Wonderbly offers several different kinds of personalized books but we personally love the “Lost Their Name” series.
How will you bring playtime back this year?